It might be a bit early to call the Jive Aces' version of "Santa Is Back in Town" a classic, but the Lieber/Stoller song is still in solid hands. Los Straightjackets turn "Sleigh Ride" into something like a surf-guitar version of a Dion song. Improbably fronted by a woman named Kelly Flint, Dave's True Story adds fondue-cheesy "yeahs" and sub-Gap commercial harmonies to "Let It Snow" but keeps the song to an endurable two minutes. Ukulele-wielding Casey MacGill turns in a flavorful original with "Egg Nog," the standout track on this brief disc. British Louis Prima disciple Ray Gelato almost ties with a second version of "Winter Wonderland" (the first, which opens the album, comes from Lavay Smith, by 20 feet of garland the best singer represented here). A magazine devoted to retro pop culture -- Atomic -- is a dubious prospect fueled by a trend in music destined to be more arcane than rewarding, but Sleigh Me works as a festive introduction to a few of the neo-swing acts who mean it.